"We Cannot Walk Alone:" Images and History of the African-American Community.
Lafayette County, Mississippi. An "Open Doors Exhibition." April through August 2003.
grandmother, Polly Clark said to have been sold as a slave and brought from
South Carolina around 1840 or 60 with five boys, names: John, Luke, Jim,
Henry, and Horace and two girls, Harriet and Charlotte. Horace married
Phylis McDonnell Clark, had two children, Mary Elizabeth, and James Samuel
Clark. Grand Ma, Mary Elizabeth married Everett Roberts around 1895, 17
children were born into this family. Children: Henry, Horace, Annie,
Cornelia, Sarrah, Bessie, Martha, Thamon, Gracie, Lincoln, James Alonza,
Maggie, Lorena, Ruby, Elixabeth, Willie, Everett, and John Hill Roberts.